“What is impossible with men is possible with God.”

Luke 18:27

Do you ever have one of those days where you just want to be told what to do?  Hello and good morning… I am DEFINITELY having one of those days!  After a semester of unofficially being a Spanish major, I walked into the Department of Nutrition office to pick up the papers to officially change my major and register for classes; however, I walked out with a minor in Spanish and a plan to major in Nutrition.  But then again, I’m not sure that this is the right decision.

Walking out of the office, I felt dazed and definitely confused.  Laughter began to pour out of me.  I couldn’t even think straight.  All I could do was laugh, saying “Oh, Dear God, help me!” Back to the house, I walked and wondered, what in the world am I doing…

I am consistently an inconsistent person… at least when it comes to the future.  But today, I am learning that sometimes, we just need to trust that God has placed others in our lives to give us guidance.  Even more than this, we MUST trust that no matter what, God has a plan that is always greater than ourselves and that He makes achieving that plan possible, not others around us.  Ultimately, we cannot rely on others for our strength.  They can give guidance and play important roles in our lives, but God still remains as the One that gives us the strength to follow through.

Today, join me in prayer to learn how to trust God, to learn to simply rest and say, “God, I don’t know what the future holds, but I know you hold the future!”

Alright… I am off to work!  Can’t be late 🙂  I will be back to edit this soon….. Please be praying for me as I try to decide what should be my major.  Have a Sonshine-filled day!

2 thoughts on “

  1. Amen and Amen, Sarah!

    Proverbs 3:5-6
    “Trust in the LORD with all your heart,
    And lean not on your own understanding;
    In all your ways acknowledge Him,
    And He shall direct your paths.”

  2. Hi, Sarah!

    I remember much too well being in your shoes, so to speak, many years ago. Technically, majoring in nutrition makes a lot of sense to me. Regardless of what you do with your future, you can use this. Granted, you may have to add an advanced degree to go with it later to have an in-hospital practice, but it will still be valuable.

    If, someday in the future, you have the honor of being a stay-at-home wife and mommy, it will be very valuable. Nutrition will be needed no matter what you do or where you go. If you spend time in a third world country in the future, nutrition will be a totally valuable tool.

    Just relax, Sarah. Enjoy the process and the journey. In the future (okay, when you’re my age), you’ll wonder why in the world you ever worried so much. I wonder that now. Besides, our Heavenly Father knows what you need and when you’re going to need it anyway.

    I love you and miss you, kiddo.

    Aunt Dianne

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